Second chance for matrics

2016-06-28 06:00

If you would like the opportunity to rewrite your matric exams, here is your chance.

The Metro South Education District would like to invite learners who failed Grade 12 in 2015 or who would like to rewrite one or two subjects in the October/November 2016 National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations, to have a second chance at passing.

A programme of tutorial classes will be offered to these learners during the day from Tuesdays to Thursdays, starting in July – free of charge.

In order to be considered for this programme, learners would need to register by 15:00 on Thursday 7 July.

Applicants should take their ID and a copy of their 2015 NSC results to the Khanya Centre situated at the old Buckingham Primary School in Merrydale Avenue, Mitchell’s Plain.

The registration office will be open on weekdays from 09:00 to 15:00.

This opportunity is currently only available to learners who wrote the 2015 National Senior Certificate examinations.

For enquiries or information call Paulina Redelinghuys on 072 240 8090.

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